Wales duo discover fate after horror Ross Moriarty incident

Wales duo discover fate after horror Ross Moriarty incident

After suffering injuries over the weekend, Wales’ Ross Moriarty and Josh Adams will find out their destinies soon. Both players are in danger of missing Wales’ summer tour, with specialists still assessing their conditions following scans at the start of this week. It’s possible that announcements will be made today.

After suffering a serious-looking knee injury while playing for the Dragons in South Africa on Friday night, Moriarty looks like he’ll be gone for a long time. After becoming stuck in an awkward position while making a tackle, the game was stopped and the back rower’s agonizing moans could be heard within the stadium.

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Adams, who was playing for Cardiff against the Scarlets, also sustained a knee ligament injury, though it appeared to be less serious. He attempted to continue playing but appeared distressed as he staggered off the field with the assistance of a physio.

There are a few league games left for the Welsh regions this season, and Wales will go to South Africa in June for a three-test series against the Springboks, which will begin on July 2.

Wales team news: Josh Adams, WillGriff John, Will Rowlands set for injury assessments | Rugby Union News | Sky Sports
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